A PRINTMAKER and designer has launched new aprons in collaboration with The Stitch Society – which is headed-up by Oxenhope woman Charlotte Meek.

Hannah Turlington says she has worked closely with The Stitch Society to create the “durable and beautiful” Pollination aprons, in three colour ways.

They are made to the design of The Florist, one of the The Stitch Society’s bespoke aprons.

“I work in collaboration with other businesses to create designs for them and the decision to work with The Stitch Society was an easy one,” says North Yorkshire-based Hannah.

“I love their products and the ethical way that they work, reducing waste and reusing material.

“I am a story teller and I use my work to tell those stories.”

Hannah also stages workshops.

The new aprons are available via hannahturlingtondesigns.com or from The Stitch Society shop at Salts Mill, Saltaire.